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About ICIL

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Inclusion, Community and Integrative Learning (ICIL) includes a broad portfolio of responsibilities that support an institutional focus on equity, inclusion, belonging, student learning outside of the classroom, and preparation for meaningful careers and leadership in a complex world. This includes extensive engagement with the alumni, faculty, and staff included in Stanford’s diverse communities, organizations and networks. 

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Chocolate Heads perform "Chocolate Ball for Polymaths," a performance of dance, music and book art created for the opening of "Leonardo’s Library: The World of the Renaissance Reader" in the Green Library Rotunda.  Credit: Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service

ICIL also facilitates care for student communities on campus, proactively fostering positive, inclusive community development and facilitating problem-solving when complex community issues emerge.

 Professor Enrique Chagoya's painting class. Students in art class. Art class in McMurtry Building. Stanford Images Spring 2017. Credit:  Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service